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Teaching Scholars Program 2020 Graduates

Building Our Scholarly Community
 |  By Karen Brent
TSP Graduates 2020

TSP Graduates 2020

On August 25, the UCSF education community celebrated the graduating 2020 Teaching Scholars, who presented their scholarly work in education in a mini-orals format. The graduates' presentations highlight unique and key educational research and showcase projects across all UCSF schools.

The Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) is a yearlong program in health professions education and education scholarship. It is accessible to faculty from all UCSF professional schools through a competitive application process. The graduates go on to enrich their learning environments with their new knowledge and have helped the incoming class of new scholars recognize that they are linked to a long UCSF tradition of valuing the role of educators and education scholarship to enhance learning.

Class of 2020 Scholarly Projects

Name and Department Project Title
Alya Ahmad, MD
Pediatrics, UCSF Fresno
Teaching Narrative Medicine: An Assessment on Enhancing Clinical Skills for Medical Students
Kam Au Yeung, MD
Medicine, UCSF Fresno
Self-assessment of Billing Competence for Residents/Recent Graduates: Development of a Curriculum
Pei Chen, MD
Longitudinal Interprofessional Learning Community in Geriatric Primary Care
Nicole Cresalia, MD
Designing Formal Mentorship in Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship
Kenny Leung, DPT
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitative Sciences
Physical Therapy Admissions Faculty Survey - Aligning Values with Assessments
Maytinee Lilaonitkul, MBBS, BSc
Anesthesia and Perioperative Care
Developing a Competency-based Curriculum for Obstetric Anesthesia Residency
Margaret Lin-Martore, MD
Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physicians’ Conceptualization of and Motivation to Maintain Procedural Competence
Neeti Parikh, MD
Ophthalmology Microsurgery Lab for Medical Students
Abbi Phillips, MD
Developing a Tutor Curriculum for Clinical Skills Tutoring Program
Candice Reyes, MD
Medicine, UCSF Fresno
Choose Your Own Rheumatology Adventure: Storytelling and Digital Learning Format in Teaching Rheumatology
Sanziana Roman, MD
Rethinking Value in Education - A Novel Departmental Approach
Emma Samelson-Jones, MD
Upskilling Primary Care Providers to Improve Mental Health Care
Gabriel Sarah, MD
Anesthesia and Perioperative Care
LGBTQ+ Curriculum in the UCSF Anesthesia Residency
Anna Strewler, MS, AGPCNP-BC
Community Health Systems
Surveying the Experience of Bias & Microaggressions Amongst NP Residents in the VA System
Shareef Syed, MBChB
Optimizing Clinical Anatomy Using Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning-based Tools
Vanessa Thompson, MD
Redesigning the Internal Medicine Intern Curriculum